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Design Culture: An Anthology of Writing from the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design

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Presenting a significant selection of seventy-eight essays, interviews, and symposia from the pioneering AIGA Journal of Graphic Design, Design Culture examines the coming of age of graphic design as a profession and its role in shaping our culture. A diverse group of leading designers, editors, academics, and professionals both within and outside the field offer stimulati ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published September 1st 1997 by Allworth Press (first published 1997)
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American Institute Graphic Art (AIGA), the professional association for design, is the place design professionals turn to first to exchange ideas and information, participate in critical analysis and research and advance education and ethical practice. AIGA sets the national agenda for the role of design in its economic, social, political, cultural and creative contexts. AIGA is the oldest and lar ...more
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